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Goddess Calling: Inspirational Messages and Meditations of Sacred Feminine Liberation Thealogy (Anglais) Broché – 28 mars 2014

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In ever-increasing numbers, women and men are seeking spirituality beyond traditional religious institutions and more and more their new normal includes the deities, ideals and archetypes of the Sacred Feminine. They have a desire to get beyond the patriarchal dogma that often perpetuates sexism, homophobia and the domination of Gaia and all her inhabitants, including the body of Mother Earth. Goddess Calling is designed to give individuals or those desiring to serve their communities a springboard to offer sermons from the pulpit with ideas to create a format for a regular gathering or service. Easy to digest and sometimes gently following the seasons of the year and holidays already on most peoples calendars, these messages and meditations use Goddess archetypes, ideals and mythology to provide content for education, inspiration and contemplation for anyone seeking to incorporate a feminine face of God within their spirituality, no matter what their faith.

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Karen Tate is an independent scholar, speaker, radio show host, published author, and social justice activist. For almost three decades her work has been fueled by her intense interest and passion for travel, comparative religions, ancient cultures, and the resurging interest in the rise of the Feminine Consciousness. She lives in Venice, California.

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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Inspirational for all women 13 mars 2014
Par Sandra Sariel-Abbess - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Rev. Karen Tate writes a powerful and empowering book for all women rediscovering our Sacred Feminine spirituality. With her words she paints a landscape of possibilities for our world, from current politics to ancient sacred wisdom. Once you start reading this book it is difficult to put down. I encourage everyone, men and women to partake of this unique offering to the Goddess.

Rev. Sandra Sariel
Abbey of Avalon
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A valuable resource 13 mars 2014
Par Kleaisidora - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you are regularly called upon to create services or ceremonies for the exploration of Goddess Spirituality, this is a valuable addition to your library. Karen Tate offers a selection of “Messages” relating the values of Goddess Spirituality—as expressed through the sacred myths of ancient and living Goddess traditions—to today’s society, politics, and culture. Then she provides a series of “Meditations” that can help participants awaken those Goddess values in their own lives. Karen brings her deep experience with Goddess Spirituality and the liveliness of her long-running Internet radio program, Voices of the Sacred Feminine, to this inspirational book.
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Highly recommended!! 12 mars 2014
Par Jacinta - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I received mine as a surprise present from a friend, and I delved into it immediately. I love the research Miss Karen has done, and it's clear she has a lot of knowledge on the subject. I love the meditations and prayers in it too - I recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about the Goddess! :)
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it’s nothing like all-pervading as it seems to be in the US 18 septembre 2014
Par Elen Sentier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Karen Tate puts forward some very interesting ideas of how an eco-feminist spiritual ecology might come about. She begins by giving us a perspective on “where we are now” taking the American model of politics. I think many people who do not live in America may find it illuminating as although there is that mentality in places, here in Britain, it’s nothing like all-pervading as it seems to be in the US. Tate talks of this attitude as a patriarchal one and that seems appropriate. She wants us to get to a feminine approach and way of doing life and the book is about making the move from the patriarchal to the feminine. It’s illuminating, amusing and worrying when Tate shows us the similarities between matriarchal and patriarchal traditions and American politics today.

She reminds us that Isis bestowed right to rule on pharaohs and their rule was under the laws of the Goddess Ma’at. For me, coming from the British tradition this rings true. We call the goddess Sovereignty and she has always granted kingship to her mate – not he to her! – but only after she had tested him to see if he was up for the job. The idea of doing that with politicians and presidents makes you think! It would require a great deal of the people who do the testing and electing. What do you do if there are no candidates that are fit for the job, none who succeed in the tests? That’s certainly something the goddess has to face up to and we would need to take lots of advice and leaves from her book in how to do it. Tate is right when she says we are standing at a crossroads with the goddess Hecate (Morgan to us of the British tradition) and it’s well worth remembering Hecate’s attributes and how she deals with folk who do not work with her. The next sections of the book – the messages and the meditations – offer help in how we can each do this.

The Messages offer many paths; some will resonate with you and others may not and I think this is Tate’s purpose with them. There are 7.5+ billion humans on Earth at the moment and we all need to work with the goddess, the messages offer ideas and perspective which can help us each to choose our way. Some people will already be following the goddess and the messages can add to that, expand on it. Others will be just starting out and unsure of their path and these the messages can help through showing the different faces of the goddess. One, at least, of the faces will smile on the reader and beckon them. For those who had not yet really considered the goddess path I think Tate’s initial chapter showing how the workings of the goddess reflect in modern society will be helpful, the message come later.

The meditations are what I know as guided journeys which I’ve used for many years, both for myself and with students, and those who come to me for healing. They’re good, gentle and well structured. I would love it if Tate was able to offer these on a CD as the sound of a beautiful voice guiding you through these journeys is so helpful. I suppose, for me, it’s the meditations that speak to me most.

If you’re thinking about, concerned about, the state of our lovely Earth and the human relations (or lack of them) that seem to rule our lives then this book may well have some good pointers for you. For me, it’s a concern I live with every day and am doing my best to help others find their way with it too. Tate’s book is a very helpful guide from a rather different perspective to most you find on the bookshelves or Kindle – try it, you may well find lots of good nourishment there.
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Inspiration for a better future 20 août 2014
Par Nimue Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Eco-spiritual-feminism. Not a term I’d heard before but one we most definitely need if we are to face the crisis threatening our planet. In a series of powerful essays, Karen Tate explores the relationships between politics, gender issues, spirituality and activism. Reclaiming Goddess in our lives is very much about reclaiming healthy, balanced, sustainable relationship with everything else on this planet. For the weary activist courting burnout (and I fear that’s the majority of us) this book is a real lift and contains a lot of much needed hope and inspiration.
There is a section of meditation working with Goddess imagery – meditation is a rather personal thing so whether the exact content will work for you is impossible to predict, but if you know how to take and adapt things to suit, there’s a wealth of raw material here and inspiration for approaches to meditation.
One of the things I especially liked is that the author does not talk about patriarchy versus feminism as a gender war issue. She’s very clear that patriarchy is frequently supported and enabled by women, and that feminism is frequently supported by men. I’m starting to feel like we need a new language to emerge from this, to identify these systems in ways that do not divide genders, but allows us to find allies and recognise that old-style patriarchy is harmful to most of the men caught in it as well as being hugely damaging to women. It takes away from the majority of us, for the benefit of a few power hungry people with sexually oppressive attitudes.
There’s a lot in this book that connects with New Age ideas I’ve seen floating about, only here the ideas are presented with depth and nuance, and that makes a world of difference. ‘Positive thinking’ ideals can uphold privilege and pile extra misery on those who are already suffering. Karen Tate offers a re-visioning that supports positive action and makes the often self-centred New Age agenda into something life and community affirming with a mission to restore balance in the world.
If this sounds like your sort of thing, I can definitely recommend it.
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